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TinyMCE classic editing mode

The Theme that renders iframe or inline modes using the TinyMCE core UI framework.

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TinyMCE has three main integration modes:

  • “classic” form-based
  • inline editing
  • distraction-free

Classic mode is the most common TinyMCE integration. Classic mode’s popularity is due to its familiarity to users and how quickly they identify it as a text editor.

The current default theme silver renders the editor in classic mode.

See the Classic editor example page.

Example:
tinymce.init({
    selector: "textarea.tinymce",
});

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